Landoll’s Traveling Tail Series has new air-operated ramp

|  October 25, 2012 |

Landoll’s Traveling Tail Series trailers now feature a newly redesigned air-operated upper deck ramp. The air-operated ramp enables easy transitioning from the lower to the upper decks on the 900 Series. 

The frames have been redesigned to accommodate the longer ramp, previously available only on the 930 double drop frame. The longer ramp is now 70.5 inches long, reducing the load angle to 11.5 degrees. The new lower load angle allows the operator to load low clearance equipment onto the upper deck easily and safely, without high centering.

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